ROC Lady City Rocks - ICC Truth - ROC REV: Welcome

The ROC Lady City Rocks/ICC Truth Girls AAU Basketball Teams
Welcome to the ROC Lady City Rocks website. In this next step of our evolution, the ROC REV is proud to become a member of the City Rocks organization while continuing our affiliation with the ICC Truth.  The ladies will continue to be dedicated to constantly improving their games and playing at the highest level possible.You may check out some of our History.
 
Free Basketball skills clinics open to City youth ages 9-18
 
Free five-day summer weekday basketball skills clinics, conducted by Rochester basketball star Glenn Hagan, are offered this summer!
 
Young Women BB Participating youth will, in addition to advancing their basketball skills, learn better communication skills and study habits and learn to deal effectively with conflict.
 
Meals are provided.
 
The free camps will run through July on weekdays 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (9 a.m. noon for youth ages 9-12 and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. for youth ages 13-17) during the following weeks at the following locations: ·
 
Glenn Hagan Basketball Skills Clinics - Rec Centers in the City of Rochester
 
WNBA Skills Clinic - at Churchville-Chili HS
 
Cody Barrasse Memorial 3-on-3 Tournament 



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ROC Lady City Rocks 11th Grade Team at Run 4 The Roses
Sunday, July 6
News From Run 4 the Roses



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15 U Silver Division Champs

ROC Lady City Rocks 11th Grade off to a good start with a solid 47-26 win over Rush-White. The City Rocks ended on a good note with a 59-27 win over the Michigan Storm. Nice to take a win on the road to the Battle in the Boro!

Our Baseline Elite sister from Buffalo hit the jackpot taking the 15U Silver division Championship with wins over KY Top Prospects in the qurters,  Cincy Lady Tigers/Team Adidas in the semis and the Lady Gym Rats in the finals.



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Monday, June 16
Freshmen Keep Winning at Syracuse Pre-Nationals



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The 9th grade team took 1st place at Syracuse Pre-Nationals going 5-0.

The championship game was a true test of this team's heart – they were down the whole game, scoring only 7 points in the first half and overcoming a 10 point deficit with 2 minutes remaining in the game. Key steals, made possible by stingy man defense by Nicole and Sarah, got them back to within 2 points with 30 seconds remaining. They were able to tie the game with 18 seconds left and withstood a last second shot by the other team. In OT Skylar’s 3 pointer from the corner with 40 seconds remaining put the girls up by 3 and they never looked back. 

The ladies had two second half comeback wins in pool play on Saturday as well. Champions win the tough ones!



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Truth Family Takes All the Varsity Medals
Sunday, June 8
ICC Truth at the Buffalo Summer Classic



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Buffalo Summer Classic Varsity Champs

The 5/6th grade girls capped a fine season for Coach Walker with another championship. They went 3-1, avenging their opening loss in pool play to the Buffalo City Rocks 6th team by besting the Rocks in the semifinals. The Truth also handled the 5th grade City Rocks in the championship game.

Our 9th grade City Rocks team went 3-0 in pool play. They fell in the semifinals to the Flamborough Fire 47-46 on a three at the buzzer. A tough loss, but they weren't done yet... more later. The Fire went on to take the championship

The varisty girls bracket was loaded with Truth teams. The Buffalo 10th and ROC ICC Truth  9/10 teams competed. The depleted 11th grade City Rocks team went 1-2, while missing several players. A gang of 6 laced 'em up and got their win on Sunday with a nice second half performance despite the short bench.

The Buffalo ICC Truth 11th grade squad met the Rochester ICC Truth "12th grade" squad in the finals. The Rochester squad went undefeated on their championship run in Amy and Diona's final AAU tournament. Amy, Diona and Alex (on Saturday - she had to fly off to orientation at UMASS on Sunday) joined with juniors Ari and Adri (who sprained and ankle on Saturday) and a tough group from the 9th grade squad who competed and won (8-1) in two brackets - Brie, Khamera, Sarah, Aubrey and Shania (on Saturday) stepped it up, especially in some very physical battles on Sunday. It was beautiful to see Amy and Diona pass the torch to the younger girls and they all stepped up and carried it at various times. In the very near future, we'll be looking to see the 9th graders deliver similar peformances without their older sisters.

 



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Buffalo Summer Classic Varsity Runnerup

Sunday, January 5
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